In this second week of Advent, Bishop Ward encourages us to not be afraid and to be open to receive Christmas joy.
In this first week of Advent, Bishop Ward shares the song of Zechariah from Luke 1 which speaks of the light from heaven breaking through our darkness and bringing peace.
Bishop Ward shares the role women clergy serve in The United Methodist Church and the challenges still faced by females in the the pulpit.
Bishop Ward recounts her personal experiences and encourages us to pray the prayer below for all people living there as they deal with conflict daily.
All are invited to come and participate in the conversation around the topic of Disunity in Christ: Uncovering the Hidden Forces that Keep Us Apart. This conversation with be centered on the forces (race, nationality, gender, etc.) that divide the Body of Christ. This event will meet from 2-4 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 21 at the Methodist… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward introduces the new configuration for United Methodist missions in the world and about the new location for the General Board of Global Ministries in Atlanta.
Miracles are unfolding everyday on the continent of Africa. In just a few short years, United Methodists, through the Imagine No Malaria Initiative, and in partnership with other organizations, have helped cut the impact of malaria nearly in half.
Bishop Ward invites us to sing songs of praise to God and also to hear the hymns of Charles Wesley at Duke Memorial UMC (Durham) on Sept. 26-27.